Nick Cook, Editor
Issue #389 | September 7, 2022
Damp sand is a theme in this week’s digest and will be a theme within conversations at November’s conference. But the question is: how big of a market is it? Where does it work? Is it the “next thing”, or will it only apply to situations that make sense?
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And now, the news…
Lots of people talk about wet sand. We quantify it – mine by mine, crew by crew, operator by operator – to put some context on market penetration.
Hardly a week after launching an environmental review this month, the Bureau of Land Management suspended its evaluation to address a critical question that has little to do with environmental impacts and everything to do with bureaucracy.
With Nord Stream being cut off, the demand for American gas looks likely to only continue climbing and climbing.
Australia's eastern shale play needs more gas to meet rising demand. This E&P thinks they have the answer.
Territory Sands says it has identified a resource of 110 million tonnes of sand near the tiny town of Larrimah, which it believes could be used for fracking gas wells.
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